Posted on 1-Feb-2007 10:41
Filed under: News
Diskeeper Corporation has launched a new version of its performance enhancement software Diskeeper 2007, now fully compatible with Windows Vista.
The company says this release performs its defragmentation duties faster than previous versions, and also enhances the speed of the Vista file system itself. Defragmentation is now done on the fly, as fragmentation occurs, using idle system resources.
Diskeeper does this by utilising a newly developed technology called InvisiTasking, which enables it to run invisibly in the background without intruding on system demands. This transparency is achieved by tapping only into unused CPU and I/O resources and then processing Diskeeper’s own activities on the most granular level. The result is a non-intrusive file system performance enhancement software.
Other new benefits for Diskeeper 2007 for Vista include improved anti-virus scans and back-up speeds through automatic online directory consolidation and the Terabyte Volume Engine 2.0, a defragmentation scheme for high capacity and high traffic servers with disk volumes containing hundreds of thousands to millions of files, including NAS, RAID, and SAN units.